Television informs our perceptions and expectations of leaders and offers a guide to understanding how we, as organizational actors, should communicate, act, and relate. Because of its pervasiveness as a medium and the impact it can have in influencing expectations of leadership and related behavior within organizational life, television can be understood an important pedagogical tool. Leadership through the Lens: Interrogating Production, Presentation, and Power is an edited collection of 11 chapters that address representations of leadership in scripted and unscripted workplace settings, showcasing the innovative ways in which diverse leadership styles are illustrated in a variety of contexts on television. With a unique approach at the intersection of leadership and mass media studies, this book shows how the two disciplines coexist to inform how leadership culture is produced and transformed via presentation and representations on television.
Are you looking for a way to improve your leadership skills? Have you plateaued in your career and want to learn how you can grow as a professional? Leadership Through the Lens of the 12 Steps is a professional development tool for managers, executives, and anyone aspiring to develop their potential. There are many parallels that can be drawn from the principles found in the 12 Steps and those utilized in the world of leadership. This book guides you by uncovering areas of challenge and helps you explore your strengths you bring to the workplace. The exercises found here can be practiced with a coach or mentor as well as alone. Karl Shallowhorn has over 28 years working in the for-profit and non-profit sectors. He has held a variety of management positions in his career and is a 2019 graduate of the Health Foundation of Western and Central New York Health Leadership Fellows Program.
This edited collection looks at leadership on television to investigate issues of race, gender, class, identity, and voice in a variety of workplace and social settings. It examines the constructive and destructive manner in which concepts of leadership are produced to instruct viewers to reflect on their own relationship with leadership.
Leadership is difficult--in our quest to teach leaders the secrets of success, we've somehow lost sight of this truth. Steven Snyder teaches leaders that leadership is a marathon, not a sprint; his book offers key strategies for navigating challenges.
Leadership Through the Lens of Research Productivity
Time To Inject Tough Love Into The Conversation The purpose of this book is to bring us back to what leadership is: The role of affecting followers to achieve the organizational goals. Leadership Tough Love introduces ideas and observations that run counter to much current thinking on leadership. Timothy Lupfer takes a sober look at what leaders are and what they aspire to do. He firmly believes the time has come to inject some tough love into the leadership conversation.
Author: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
Category: Vietnam Veterans Memorial (Washington, D.C.)